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Old 02-14-2014, 10:28 AM
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Credit issue in visa application

Hi all


Can any body tell me few monthsb back i left austrAlia with few credit now again i want to apply sponsored visa .
Will this effect to my new application visa . .?

Befors that i posted but no oneh has answer ..
Please help me
Can i get any expert advise ...


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Old 02-14-2014, 10:56 AM
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what are you on about ...i cant understand your question,please write again and use spell check


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Old 02-14-2014, 11:07 AM
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what are you on about ...i cant understand your question,please write again and use spell check
Not nice! English is probably not his first language and it's really impressive that he can speak/write English in any capacity.

I understand that his post is difficult to understand but I do believe that your comment was framed in a rather unkind way.

To Kkkk, I'm assuming that you are asking whether credit issues/debts/poor credit etc will affect your ability to be sponsored for a visa?

I honestly do not know 1) because I'm not an expert in the first place 2) I don't have credit issues myself and neither does my husband so it's not anything we have had to work around and 3) I'm not sure what visa you are applying for?

What I suggest is that you go to the Ask Mark? Thread at the top of this forum and pose your question there to be answered by Mark Northam who is a registered migration agent. He may be able to give you some generic advice and if it seems as though your credit issues will complicate your visa, he may be able to offer you assistance professionally outside of the forum.

Good luck xxxx

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Old 02-14-2014, 11:11 AM
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wasn't being unkind ,but to answer his post you need to understand what he is asking


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Old 02-14-2014, 11:22 AM
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wasn't being unkind ,but to answer his post you need to understand what he is asking
There are ways to seek clarification that are a little less abrupt. Keep in mind that this is the internet and your tone of voice is not conveyed and in my opinion, your post came across as quite condescending - that may have not been your intention, and you may not have even realised.

This is an immigration forum and it's only natural that we are going to have members who have vastly differing levels of English and some who will naturally have a weaker grasp on English than people born in an English speaking country.

I'm not trying to start a fight and I understand that your post was probably not meant to be nasty.

P.S spell check wouldn't actually shed any light on his question because spell check doesn't flag words used in the wrong context, but which are otherwise correct.

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Not nice! English is probably not his first language and it's really impressive that he can speak/write English in any capacity.

I understand that his post is difficult to understand but I do believe that your comment was framed in a rather unkind way.

To Kkkk, I'm assuming that you are asking whether credit issues/debts/poor credit etc will affect your ability to be sponsored for a visa?

I honestly do not know 1) because I'm not an expert in the first place 2) I don't have credit issues myself and neither does my husband so it's not anything we have had to work around and 3) I'm not sure what visa you are applying for?

What I suggest is that you go to the Ask Mark? Thread at the top of this forum and pose your question there to be answered by Mark Northam who is a registered migration agent. He may be able to give you some generic advice and if it seems as though your credit issues will complicate your visa, he may be able to offer you assistance professionally outside of the forum.

Good luck xxxx
Happy to know that people here not only help regarding immi issues but also have heart to understand people who doesnt speak/type perfect English, either that or they could be using a phone thats just hard to type/edit with thank you Star Hunter for standing up & helping and Gummy bear for wanting to help too

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OK, the intention was not to be condescending
but there is spell check and just a quick look at the post by the poster should it should have been clear that there could be issues
Anyway sorry if i offended the OP
but regardless its hard to give an answer if you cannot understand the context of the post
And if English is that bad he may not be able to understand the answers
Anyway i would like to help if the OP can ask again .

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Old 02-14-2014, 11:37 AM
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OK, the intention was not to be condescending
but there is spell check and just a quick look at the post by the poster should it should have been clear that there could be issues
Anyway sorry if i offended the OP
but regardless its hard to give an answer if you cannot understand the context of the post
And if English is that bad he may not be able to understand the answers
Anyway i would like to help if the OP can ask again .
Spell check wouldn't actually clarify anything in this case since the few words he wrote incorrectly don't actually add to the confusion.

Anyway, I believe the OP is asking if credit issues (I'm presuming unpaid debts/ defaults or overall bad credit) he developed/had on his last visit to Australia will affect his ability to be sponsored for another visa - although which type of visa he is considering, I do not know.

I could not give him any advice, I hope that you can shed some light for the OP.

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Old 02-14-2014, 12:03 PM
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Guys my computer was giving me some problem in connectivity . I was not able to cross check my statement . And post click
Anyways thanks for reading my post and suggestions


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Old 02-14-2014, 12:28 PM
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I am applying for 457 visa . I have done all preparation .about to file next week .
3-4 months back i came to my hometown from australia and now again applying 457 . In between i got some bills to pay in australia.

Now i m worried if i lodge my file will these credit issue things will come in my application..?

Is there any way to come out ..?
Hope now everything is clear ..
Would appreciate any productive suggestions

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